November Short Story: Piper

This story was first published in 30 parts via Twitter during November. It is now reproduced in a complete form, a number of small edits and corrections made to improve narrative flow and maintain correct continuity. Enjoy. Piper Maggie Piper can’t sleep, won’t take the chance she’ll miss her son again. It’s 1.15 am, brain's … Continue reading November Short Story: Piper

September Short Story: Sacrifice

WARNING: This story deals with adult themes and should, as a result, be approached responsibly. This story was first published in 30 parts via Twitter during September. It is now reproduced in a complete form, a number of small edits and corrections made to improve narrative flow and maintain correct continuity. Enjoy. Sacrifice   Knowing … Continue reading September Short Story: Sacrifice

August Short Story :: Lydia

This story was first published in 31 parts via Twitter during August. It is now reproduced in a complete form, a number of small edits and corrections made to improve narrative flow and maintain correct continuity. Enjoy. Lydia The Circus has never visited Anchorbridge before, of that Connie is certain. It’s not even on the … Continue reading August Short Story :: Lydia

June Short Story :: Alias

This story was first published in 30 parts via Twitter during June. It is now reproduced in a complete form, a number of small edits and corrections made to improve narrative flow and maintain correct continuity. WARNING: This story deals with adult themes and should, as a result, be approached responsibly. Enjoy. Alias Christopher Ashcroft … Continue reading June Short Story :: Alias

EX/WHI :: Part One

Previous Part :: Next Part Arrival Minus One This hotel room is beyond his normal range: the British government are now paying for a polished, understated testimony as expert witness, so it makes sense that they’d offer the best. There is no time to worry about jet-lag either: Mark can sleep all afternoon, once the … Continue reading EX/WHI :: Part One

Emotional Breakdown

An opportunity has arisen to pitch my novel to a publisher. Fortunately for me, I don't need to be completely finished with editing. What's required thus far is a really strong first quarter, which is easily done. However, there's now the real need to be ready to go with what is considered as a 'decent' … Continue reading Emotional Breakdown